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For user name use timemachine instead of TimeMachine, that solved the problem to me
exFAT, while proprietary to microsoft, has free drivers in linux and OS X. Whether or not you can format a disk image as exFAT is a different story (I think you can), but whenever I create a flash drive that I need to be supported by the Big Three, I make it exFat. Having said that, that's for a USB drive being mounted on a machine directly, not over the ...
The way to do this is to have the server back up via normal local-disk Time Machine. "Time Machine Server" is just AFP file service. Time Machine client machines mount a shared folder/volume of your completely normal traditional AFP file server, and each machine makes a disk image file on it (technically it's a "sparsebundle" disk image which is actually a ...
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